Mountain Hardwear Hotbed Ember Sleeping Bag: 42 Degree Synthetic

Mountain Hardwear Hotbed Ember Sleeping Bag: 42 Degree Synthetic
Mountain Hardwear Hotbed Ember Sleeping Bag: 42 Degree Synthetic
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Hotbed Ember Sleeping Bag: 42 Degree Synthetic by Mountain Hardwear
Regardless of what your scout master taught you, sleeping on a bed of hot coals is not the best way to stay warm--actually, are you sure that dude knew anything about camping' I mean, he did tell you that smores are an excellent source of protein and that the best thing to do if you ever get lost is to cover yourself in mud and hide beneath a log. Anyways, we're pretty sure that the Mountain Hardwear Hotbed Ember 42 Degree Synthetic Sleeping Bag is a better way to stay warm once you call it a night thanks to its Thermal. Q synthetic insulation, soft polyester taffeta fabric, and cold-spot-eliminating welded Lamina construction. Plus, it has an insulated hood, draft tube, and face gasket for all-encompassing warmth, so you don't have to flip yourself like a beef patty over those coals once your back starts to burn and your top half starts to get cold.

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SKU: MHW00MS
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